Contributors / Collaborateurs - Contributors / Collaborateurs

Contributors / Collaborateurs

Contributors / Collaborateurs

CHARLES ALLAIN is Director of the Moncton Museum and a specialist on the history of New Brunswick, with an emphasis on its material history.

RANDALL C. BROOKS is Curator of Physical Sciences at the National Museum of Science and Technology, Ottawa, where he indulges his passion for historic scientific instruments.

DOROTHY K. BURNHAM is a distinguished textile scholar and a Research Associate at the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Ottawa.

ALUN C. DAVIES is Head, Department of Economic and Social History, at Queen's University of Belfast, Northern Ireland.

DONALD DAVIS teaches history at the University of Ottawa and has written extensively on urban public transport.

RALPH GREENHILL is a well known photographer, researcher and writer on industrial archaeology and the history of photography.

ROBIN INGLIS is Director of the North Vancouver Museum and Archives, North Vancouver, British Columbia.

KRIS E. INWOOD is an associate professor with the Department of Economics, College of Social Sciences, at the University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario.

NIELS W. JANNASCH is Director Emeritus, Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax, N.S. A former seaman, he has received the Award of Merit from the Canadian Museums Association.

JONATHAN J. LIEBOWITZ is an associate professor in the Department of History, University of Massachussetts at Lowell, Lowell, Mass., U.S.A.

BRAD LOEWEN studied history at the University of Manitoba and is preparing a dissertation in history at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, on cooperage in the early modern period. He is also part of a Canadian Parks Service group reporting on the sixteenth-century shipwreck site at Red Bay, Labrador.

LARRY MCNALLY is Science and Engineering Archivist, Manuscript Division, at the National Archives of Canada. He has a long-standing interest in water and steam power, engineering and manufacturing technology.

ANDRE MILLARD is an associate professor in the Department of History, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama, U.S.A.

JOHN SUMMERS has been Assistant Curator of the Maritime Museum of Upper Canada in Toronto, Ontario, since 1989 where he pursues a lifelong interest in maritime heritage, particularly in nineteenth-century yachts, canoes and historic small craft.